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Follow the instructions below to generate a CSR on Exchange Server 2010. When you have completed generating your CSR, cut/copy and paste the certificate content into the CSR field on the SSL certificate-request page. NOTE: Exchange Server 2010 requires a Multiple Domain (UCC) Certificate to run all services securely.
Generating a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) - Exchange Server 2010
To Generate your Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
- 1. Start the Exchange Management Console by going to Start > Programs > Microsoft Exchange 2010 > Exchange Management Console.
- 2. Click Manage Databases.
- 3. Select Server Configuration, and then select New Exchange Certificate.
- 4. Enter a friendly name to identify this certificate, and then click Next.
- 5. From the Domain Scope section, select if your CSR is for a wildcard. If so, skip the next step. Otherwise, click Next.
- 6. From the Exchange Configuration menu, select the services you want to run securely, enter the names you use to connect to those services, and then click Next.
- 7. Complete the following fields, and then click Next.
- Organization - The full legal name of your company or organization
- Organization unit - The organization within the company responsible for the certificate
- Country/City/State - The company's country, city, and state. If you do not have a state or province, enter your city information.
You can open the CSR file with any text editor to complete your certificate request.
- 8. Click Browse to save the CSR to your computer, click Save, click Next, click New, and then click Finish.
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